Elon Musk received the first Russian self charging iPhone X

Elon Musk received the first Russian self charging iPhone X

It, you might be wondering, is an iPhone X encased in black carbon fiber, .999 gold double-trim and a solar panel that charges the specialized battery inside.

But Caviar, a company in Russian Federation, has jumped ahead of both companies by announcing the sale of their new "iPhone X Tesla" that can be charged entirely with sunlight, according to a recent press release. In fact, Apple Insider added that the iPhone X Tesla's thickness was bumped up to 16.2mm from the original design's 7.7mm. The same report notes that Caviar is hoping to give the first assembled iPhone X Tesla to Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla Inc. very much known for its electric vehicles. The non-removable cover is mostly filled by the blue panel that charges an external battery.

The base model which features a 64GB iPhone X is priced at around $4,500 while the 256GB model will retail for $4,800.

The company says three people inspired it to build the iPhone X: Tesla "Steve Jobs, Nikola Tesla and Ilon Mask". The phone has a solar panel on the back of it, allowing the smartphone to charge its battery from light using silicone semiconductors. The cost does not include the local taxes and customs duties.

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Remember the company that created the iPhone 6S with Putin's head encrusted in gold?

It costs a whopping $4,500 dollars or $4,8000 if you want 256 GB of storage.

If you're in the market for an iPhone X, and pricey battery packs also happen to be your thing, then this flashy new offering from Caviar is a match made in heaven.

"Tesla's view that it doesn't require a debt or equity raise this year is mathematically correct, but highly imprudent from a credit and risk perspective if followed", Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Joel Levington said last month.

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